Live Sound International March 2017 Issue

In this Issue: Form, Function, and Consistency: Reinforcing Young the Giant on Tour

By PSW Staff March 1, 2017

Live Sound International

 

FEATURES

  • 18 HIGHLY FUNCTIONAL by Live Sound Staff
    Delivering consistency on the current Young The Giant concert tour.
  • 32 DEPTHS & HEIGHTS by Kevin Young
    The world of leading RF guru/entrepreneur James Stoffo.
  • 46 HARD EDGES by Live Sound Staff
    The sonic directions of ska/punk rockers Less Than Jake.

 

EQUIPMENT

  • 8 LOADING DOCK
    New loudspeakers, software, interconnect tools, amplifiers and more.
  • 24 SHOWCASE by Live Sound Staff
    Inside a range of recent column loudspeaker designs.
  • 48 BACKSTAGE CLASS by Bruce Bartlett
    Approaches for successfully capturing voices on live stages.
  • 52 ROAD TEST by Mark Frink
    Evaluating the QSC TouchMix-30 Pro, the latest model in an established mixer family.
  • 56 REAL WORLD GEAR by Live Sound Staff
    Recent wireless IEM and personal mixing systems as well as earpieces.

 

DEPARTMENTS

  • 10 SPECIAL REPORT by Karl Winkler
    The good and the bad as the RF spectrum auction process winds down.
  • 14 PERSPECTIVE by Andy Coules
    Differences in the approaches to live and studio engineering.
  • 28 MIX NOTES by Jonah Altrove
    Understanding prosody and its role in effective sound design and mixing.
  • 38 FIELD TRIP by Live Sound Staff
    Going inside an independent audio measurement lab.
  • 42 IN FOCUS by Craig Leerman
    Microphone and direct/DI techniques for instrument amps.

 

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  • 6 FROM THE EDITOR’S DESK
  • 62 NEWSBYTES
  • 64 BACK PAGE
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